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“KONA) 90\% HIGHER; In an amended 13D filing on Kona, 9. 8\% holder Mill Road Capital disclosed a non-binding offer to acquire all of the Company's shares for cash in a transaction valuing Kona's total enterprise value at $27.9 million or $4.60 per share.”
“It was down in Kona, -- or up, rather, for the Kona people scorn to live at less than a thousand feet elevation.”
“(You can add a date as well to account for daylight savings.) For example, if a radio host in Kona wants to conduct an interview at noon in Hawaii, you can tell your author in Zurich, that would be11 p.m. for him/her.”
“To get to the starting line in Kona, you must either be very lucky and get yourself a spot through the lottery, or very talented, and win yourself a qualifying spot at one of the qualifying events held around the world.”
“The Ironman World Championship in Kona, HI would not be complete without the running famous "Underwear Run".”
“The Ironman World Championship in Kona, HI would not be complete without the running famous”
“They have to qualify for the Ironman World Championships in Kona, and trust me they are hawaii enthusiasts.”
“It was down in Kona — or up, rather, for the Kona people scorn to live at less than a thousand feet elevation.”
“Charles R. Bishop, informed me that I had been duly remembered, that his wife had bequeathed me the lands of Kahala, island of Oahu, Lumahai on Kauai, Kealia in Kona, Hawaii; besides which he sent me a pair of diamond wristlets, a diamond pin with crown which had once belonged to the Princess Ruth, and a necklace of pearls beautifully chased and set in tigers 'claws.”
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